Monthly Archives: February 2011
This issue makes me shiver. It’s so real it sucks rotten eggs, and the worst part of it is that people here in the United States (or closer, right here in Lamar) are being treated shoddy by employers who hire them. Jobs are scarce, so people are willing to work for little or nothing because they just want something coming in… Unreal. A local motel, owned by people who came here from India, hires cleaning people and gardeners for a month at NO WAGES prior to paying them… if they keep them on the job. No wages? This isn’t a read more…
Distractions INK announces the release of “Along the Back Roads of Yesterday by Oris George. George characterizes the epitome of life on the back roads as a young boy in the 1940’s when life was a little less complicated. His book is available at Barnes and Noble or Amazon, through his website at www.orisgeorge.com where you’ll find glimpses of what’s between the cover of Oris’ Book. George will be signing his book at the Lamar Public Library for interested parties, on February 19th, from 11 AM until 3 PM. Don’t miss this!
Bringing news to the valley, Ty Harmon and Erik Stone spend their mornings on KLMR AM Radio discussing whatever is local news along the Arkansas River. Kicking off with Pritchet America, Harmon and Stone bring a bit of rural America home to the radio broadcast as Pritchet shares a bit about his day. Today’s discussion included NASCAR Racing and talk about the moment of silence next Sunday regarding Dale Earnhardt Sr.